Thomas Graham AILSTOCK Jr.

November 24, 1964April 5, 2018
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Thomas Graham AILSTOCK was born on November 24, 1964 and passed away on April 5, 2018


  • Family will receive friends Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Thomas Graham AILSTOCK Jr.

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Roger L. Bush

April 12, 2018

I spent a lot of time with T.G., as he was known to us in Clifton Forge, VA. My daily inspirational radio program went from daily "live" to twice daily "satellite" with the deal we made at WXCF, T.G. was a man of vision, and walked with clarity and purpose in life. I have missed him ever since he left here for broader horizons, and will continue to do so now that I will not see him in this realm again. However, depending on how he did business with Jesus Christ, I may see him again, and look forward to it. God bless you, his dear wife I never got to meet, and you children as well. Life on this earth is not guaranteed, and I am sorry that T.G. left so early in his. May God's Grace become comfort for you, and strength to grow on until you reach the end of your personal journey.

Olivia Ailstock

April 10, 2018

Dear Dad,
I will miss you so much. I am so sad we couldn't spend one last summer together. I miss you so much. I love you so much. I regret not calling you and saying it more often. Angie, I'm so sorry you have to go through such a terrible time. Nana, I am so sorry you lost such a wonderful child. I will reach out to you as soon as I can. But the most important thing I want to say is, Thank you. Thank you for being such an amazing Dad. Thank you for all the trips out to Florida. Thank you for the times we spent at Universal. Thank you for that time you took me on my first cruise. Thank you for the many Sundays at La Playas. Thank you for all the fun times watching Harry Potter movies with you. Thank you so much for being my Dad. I love you.

Kevin Tanner

April 9, 2018

To my friend, my co-worker, my brother, we had our differences but when it came down to it you were always my friend, I will always remember how you rescued me from that God awful station in North Carolina, how we had fun picking on each other, and how you always let me know how important I was to you, I'm sorry that I never did the same for you. I'm glad to see that you got to live the life you wanted and were a success. With out you WXCF would not have worked out the way it did. I send my condolences to your family and your children, I m so glad you had them and could know what joy a family could bring. Your passing came as a shock I will see you again in heaven until then you will live in my fondest memories and in Shirleys and my heart. Goodbye my friend until we meet again.

Lisa Brown

April 9, 2018

My deepest condolences go out to TG’s wife, children, mother and friends. I had the pleasure of working with TG at WXCF for many years. I have great memories of our radio family and when I think back on it all it leaves me smiling and laughing out loud. TG had a great work ethic and taught me a lot. He kept in touch over the years and that just shows the kind of person he was. May the Lord bless you and keep you❤️

Rita Krafft

April 9, 2018

TG my memory of you goes back when you first came to work at the Radio Station. We had many good times doing remotes,concerts,Hockey Games,and just all of us one big family among the studio. I will never forget all the laughs,and giving you a hard time that was in all fun So glad we kept up all these years. I am thankful I got to speak with you in December when you called about my dog. So young,So sudden makes it harder to lose a great friend. Love,Rita

Big Al

April 8, 2018

T.G., were do I were a great friend and boss. I owe everything to you for giving me my start in Country Radio 24 years ago. I loved you like a brother. Still do! Angie, I am so sorry for your loss. Juanita, Mom, love you very much. I am praying for peace and comfort for all of you during this most difficult time. Please know that T.G. loved all of you so much. To his children, your father adored you. He was so proud of you both. He always bragged about you kids. To his friends and co workers, T.G. will be missed. He was one of a kind. Talk about him often and have a beer for him, as he did many times for those lost before him. Go rest now T.G., no more pain, no more stress or lost nights of sleep. I will never forget You!


Lori Wiseman Hicks

April 7, 2018

I’m so sorry to lose someone so wonderful. There are so many precious memories I will cherish. Juanita, my heart breaks for you and the family. I will hope to see you soon. I cannot make it to Florida for the service but will celebrate his life with you when able. Praying for you, his wife, family and so many friends.

Much love,